It is thought that sociopaths some use the term psychopath constitute one to four percent of the population. Sociopath women are present among us, in some of our families and social groups, in some of our workplaces and in the public eye, throughout history and in literature. They may be fewer in number than male sociopaths and viewed with less fear but do we have cause to be concerned about them? Sociopathy is a disorder of personality.
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That is the biggest difference. Historically, men were expected to pay for everything. Which is probably why most respected pieces of work, say that there are less female sociopaths than male. But lets look at this from a realistic point of view. From a historical point of view and from the role of men and women historically in society. This is a role reversal from men in society and what the expectations are of them. Men are supposed to be the breadwinners, to keep their woman.